• Hitachi Collaboration with Thomson Reuters Regulatory Risk Summit

    @I was very honoured recently to be invited to be speaking with some distinguished financial services colleagues on a recent Thomson Reuters podcast on risk and regulation  with christian Hunt from UBS, Edward O'...
    Nirvana Farhadi
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  • Niv's Notes: Why RegTech is set to transform compliance and regulation in financial services

      The regulatory burdens placed on financial services organisations has reached unprecedented levels.  From data security and access with GDPR to investor protection and the various themes in MiFID II/MiFIR,...
    Nirvana Farhadi
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  • The Next Industrial Revolution is upon us in IoT, are you ready for the DATA Explosion?

    Last week I visited Hannover Messe, the world’s largest Industrial Automation & IoT Exhibition for the first time and I have to say, I was overwhelmed by the sheer size and scale of the event. With 225,000 v...
    Nick Laurence
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  • Is there a market for [Big Data] Tomato?

    Hello All,   ** I am not a big content writer, please bear with my english.   In the last few years, we have been serving a customer who owns a chain of retail super stores and we provided them a robust op...
    kumaran mani
    created by kumaran mani
  • Who Uses "R" Poll

    Decided to reissue this as a poll.   "R", pronounced 'AAARRR', is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics. It compiles and runs on a wide variety of UNIX platforms, Windows and MacOS. R...
    Ken Wood
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  • Help! Thinking Differently

      Help! The Beatles said it best. We'll come back to that later.   Beep! Beep! Beep! My alarm wakes me up and the sudden realisation sets in. Like many other money savvy 20 somethings a calendar reminder o...
    Scott Ross
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  • Hitachi Video Analytics Intrusion Detection with Thermal Camera

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    Anthony Caputo
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  • Why Digital Transformation must be a strategic priority in 2017

    Why Digital Transformation must be a strategic priority in 2017   It’s with good reason that Digital Transformation has become the latest watchword in our industry; organisations across the world are final...
    Richard Phillips
    created by Richard Phillips
  • Oil and Gas - A Case for Edge Cloud?

    Last week my team hosted an exciting event at the Four Seasons in Houston, TX progressing our efforts in this vertical.  It was an event that mixed users, partners and customers plus the many faces of Hitachi....
    Michael Hay
    created by Michael Hay
  • Data is the New Oil

    There are at least 20 terms today that describe something that was once called Decision Support (more than 30 years ago). Using computers to make fact based intelligent decisions has continually been a noble goal for ...
    Harry Zimmer
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  • Helping Companies Win at Digital Transformation

    In Superman 30, the Man of Steel theorises that the latest incarnation of his enemy Doomsday, emits so much energy that when he emerged he boiled the ocean. Not an easy task, even for a super villain; and certainly ou...
    Bob Plumridge
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  • Free eBook on FPGA Computing

    I ran across both a Tweet covering an article on NextPlaform covering Amazon's usage of FPGAs in F1 and a free eBook which is available for a week.  The title of the eBook is FPGA Frontiers: New Applications and ...
    Michael Hay
    created by Michael Hay
  • Hitachi Data Systems Works with Maxeler Technologies

    In the post that Shmuel and I published last month (The Many Core Phenomena) at the end we hinted about some upcoming news. Hitachi has demonstrated a functional prototype running with HNAS and VSP to capture finance ...
    Michael Hay
    created by Michael Hay
  • Will Cloud Computing Survive the Internet of Things? (The Force of Internet of Things)

    The world includes hundreds of millions of interconnected devices or things.  These things range from handheld mobile platforms to systems that will observe the universe.  At a coarse level this is what the ...
    Michael Hay
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  • The Many Core Phenomena

    Introduction Have you ever started an effort to push something, figure out it is like pushing a rope, pause, and then realize someone else picked it up and is pulling you instead?  Well, that is what F1 (not the...
    Michael Hay
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  • Hitachi’s Ising Computer

    What do complex social infrastructure systems and Artificial Intelligence systems have in common? They both impose enormous and expanding computational loads. Given enough time and resources these computational loads ...
    Karl Kohlmoos
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  • Innovating in Uncertain Times

    INTRODUCTION At the top of the headlines, ahead of Brexit, is Mr. Trump's ascendency from Candidate Trump to President Elect Trump.  However, hidden below these headlines are older news threads and data below th...
    Michael Hay
    created by Michael Hay
  • What would an IoT manifesto include?

    Reflecting on Michael Hay's article @and the comments that followed, and alarmed by recent reports on the abysmal failure of the auto industry to understand the risks of hacking to automated vehicles, I think it's tim...
    Peter Quirk
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  • Why Big Data Projects Fail

    “Everyone talks about it, nobody really knows how to do it.”   Luckily, things have moved on since Geoffrey More’s famous quote about Big Data, but there’s still an awful lot of confusion...
    Bob Plumridge
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  • Container Orchestration and Scheduling on HSP with Mesosphere DC/OS

    A couple of weeks ago I had the privilege of visiting Mesosphere up in the city (San Francisco) for a few days. They were offering their newly created training course on DC/OS and not being terribly familiar with cont...
    John Goodman
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